The Best Hotels in Las Vegas for Watching the Super Bowl

The Big Game Hotels In Las Vegas

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Consider the simple fact that alcohol may be involved in your entertainment while watching the Super Bowl in Las Vegas. Now understand that when the game is over, you might be very exhausted. Pick a hotel that makes it easier for you to recover after the big game.

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Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay

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Why Delano instead of the Mandalay Bay? Simple, you might need some space after the game to keep the party going, and the rooms are huge. Also, when guys get together, they tend to be cheap, so you can include a few extra guests and have them sleep on the couch. One more thing, if you oversleep and miss out on a seat at the Sports Book or at one of the many bars around Mandalay Bay, you have a large flat screen in the room. Not to mention, the lounge downstairs is fabulous for cocktails after your team dominates.

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Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

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With plenty of bars and enough spots for viewing the Super Bowl in style, the Cosmopolitan is right for the group that needs a big room and has visions of a huge after party in your suite with a view of the Las Vegas strip.

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SLS Las Vegas

Outdoor Bar at Umami Burger and Sayers Club at SLS Las Vegas
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Outdoor bars and a Sports Book that doubles as an Umami Burger await your huge Super Bowl party in Las Vegas. The hotel has impressive nightlife and plenty of food options to keep you happy all Super Bowl weekend.

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Bally's Las Vegas

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Room rates at Bally's are very reasonable and the rooms are spacious. The Sports Book and bar are both the type of places you need for proper Super Bowl viewing. A plus is the fast food options available right next to the Sports Book.

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Caesars Palace

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The Sports Book at Caesars Palace is large, and there are plenty of food options so this works as a place to watch the big game. However, you should be concerned with the cost of the room if you are on a budget.

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Wynn Las Vegas

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The Sports Book is very plush at Wynn, and it can easily spoil you into thinking you can afford to make a living at betting on sports. However, live it up and spend the money you are going to win on the game on a room at Wynn, and then go downstairs and watch the game.

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Paris Las Vegas

If you love to play poker, this is the place to play, stay and watch. The Sports Book and its large screens are adjacent to the poker room, so you can play a few hands of poker and watch the Super Bowl. The rooms at the Paris Las Vegas are fairly average, but you can't always have it all.

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